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Orange Chicken

Orange Chicken

In The Napoleon Grill Wok

Posted on January 27, 2016
I’ve been on an Asian cuisine kick for a week or so, and when I got my hands on Napoleon's new Stainless Steel Wok for the grill, I had to make some Orange Chicken. This bright and citrusy meal is tasty and pairs well with steamed rice. Make this instead of getting takeout and you won’t be disappointed.
Posted in: Poultry
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Flank Steak Lettuce Wraps

Flank Steak Lettuce Wraps

With Sriracha Sauce

Posted on January 27, 2016
I’ve eaten way too much starchy foods recently. Wishing to lighten things up without sacrificing taste, I made these Flank Steak Lettuce Wraps With Sriracha Sauce in the Napoleon Stainless Steel Wok. They’re super delicious, and easy to make as spicy as you want (or not). I also learned a new technique for making your meats just like your favorite Asian restaurants.  You know that super soft and succulent meat? The technique is called velveting. The procedure usually involves coating the meat in a cornstarch mixture then blanching it in oil. Who has time for that craziness? I used water and oil instead and the results are amazing. Typically tough flank steak is now super tender thanks to this recipe.
Posted in: Beef
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 Peanut Brittle

Peanut Brittle

With Smoked Peanuts & Bacon

Posted on January 27, 2016
I just found out that there is a National Peanut Brittle Day. Naturally I had to make a brittle recipe to celebrate, but it had to be done on the grill! So I made Peanut Brittle With Smoked Peanuts & Bacon to celebrate. As you know, adding bacon to anything makes it at least 20% cooler and taste at least 50% better. You just have to try this recipe! 
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Easiest Rotisserie Chicken Ever

Easiest Rotisserie Chicken Ever

Did we mention it's easy?

Posted on January 21, 2016
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Do you want to make the Easiest Rotisserie Chicken Ever? It's really easy. This simple meal is set and forget, so you don't have to worry about it. Chicken is a staple in many houses, and roasted chicken can be easily turned into just about anything. Make a couple chickens using this recipe and you can eat one bird that day, and cut the rest up for meals later in the week, for the freezer, or both! 
Posted in: Poultry
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Fried Catfish Tacos

Fried Catfish Tacos

With Spicy Sour Cream And Avocado Coleslaw

Posted on January 20, 2016
There's a bit of a story with these Fried Catfish Tacos With Spicy Sour Cream And Avocado Coleslaw. When I was a lot younger, back in my picky eater days, I was watching a show whose main characters were focused on a Mexican family and fish tacos. They were obsessed with fish tacos. I couldn't dream of ever contaminating my tortillas with fish! Fast forward many years, and I have to try making these tacos. What happened? I still remember the revulsion of my younger self. However, I am now older an adult and have more adventurous tastes. Right? Honestly, these were delicious. The fish was crispy on the outside, well seasoned inside. The coleslaw with cheese on top, ohhh and the cream sauce bringing it all together... It was fishy heaven wrapped in a tortilla. Or something. Eat it yourself. You will understand. 
Posted in: Seafood
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Captain Crunch Chicken Fingers

Captain Crunch Chicken Fingers

Sweet and Crunchy

Posted on January 13, 2016
Captain Crunch Chicken Fingers, there's a story behind this one. I have been a very lucky person. When I was younger, my father took me to Europe. We stayed in Paris for a couple of days before going to Euro Disney and then London via the Chunnel. While in Paris, we ate at a Planet Hollywood. I was horrified to see the chicken fingers, my go to meal was breaded with Captain Crunch, my all time favorite cereal. Back then I was picky. I have learned much since then. Ever since then, I have had that thought pop into my head periodically. Could I? Should I? Well I finally did it. I finally had enough bravery to give it a try. This recipe, these Chicken Fingers... Are. Just. Amazing.
Posted in: Poultry
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Five Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Five Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe

Full of flavor, loads of heat

Posted on January 13, 2016
Every year for the past four years I make hot sauce for Christmas gifts. This year, I was actually grilling and making the sauce on Christmas Eve! Just like in the past, I used fresh ingredients to create a boisterous sauce loaded with flavor and heat that the recipients just love. This Five Pepper Hot Sauce Recipe is another on my list of Hot Sauce recipes. This one is spiced with garlic, curry, and five different peppers to give you that wallop. This sauce is as flavorful as it is hot, with a smoky sweetness hidden in there too. 
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Grill Roasted Salmon

Grill Roasted Salmon

With Fresh Herbs & Feta

Posted on January 06, 2016
My husband ate a lot of fish growing up. I did not. At all. So, it's been slow going getting into the seafood thing, but we are getting there. As you can see, Salmon is my favorite and this Grill Roasted Salmon With Fresh Herbs & Feta was absolutely amazing. Fragrant fresh herbs and creamy zippy feta top a meaty salmon fillet. When served with some Crispy Roast Potatoes (just add some fresh dill and a squeeze of lemon) it's perfect.  
Posted in: Seafood
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Mini Quiche

Mini Quiche

With Bacon & Cheese

Posted on December 22, 2015
This year, instead of a massive Christmas Dinner, we're doing more of a Christmas Brunch, with loads of delicious, homemade, grilled, finger foods. Mini Quiche With Bacon & Cheese are the star of the show, providing the big breakfast punch without the need of knives and forks. They're going to be served along with a spread of meats and cheeses, homemade biscuits, Homemade Sausage Rolls, and Oatmeal Cookies with Crasins, Bacon and Chocolate Chips
Posted in: Appetizers, Pork
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Oatmeal, Cranberry, Bacon, Chocolate Chip Cookies

Oatmeal, Cranberry, Bacon, Chocolate Chip Cookies

Perfect breakfast cookies

Posted on December 22, 2015
Oatmeal, Cranberry, Bacon, Chocolate Chip Cookies came from a desire to make a slightly themed Christmas Brunch. Theme was Bacon and Eggs, but we weren't planning on a sit-down meal. Rather we thought we would make finger foods that we could enjoy while conversing and opening gifts. These cookies aren't overly sweet, but the smokiness of the bacon, tartness of the cranberries, and the hit of chocolate creates a symphony of perfect cookiness.
Posted in: Desserts, Pork
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